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Simon Wiesenthal Center
Today, on Holocaust Remembrance Day, as we continue our critical work, our mission is more vital than ever.
April 24, 2017

For forty years the Simon Wiesenthal Center has educated and taught the lessons of the Holocaust to millions of people around the world.

Today, on Holocaust Remembrance Day, as we continue our critical work, our mission is more vital than ever:

• Each day, Holocaust survivors share their experiences with visitors, law enforcement, educators, and students at the Center’s Museums of Tolerance in Los Angeles, and around the world through the “Bridging the Gap” videoconferencing program.

• Our Academy Award-winning films on the Shoah, Genocide and The Long Way Home have been seen by millions of people and are now available to new audiences on Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Prime and Hulu.


• The Courage to Remember, the Center’s landmark traveling exhibit on the Holocaust has been traveling for close to 30 years and has been displayed on five continents, and a Japanese-language version that is currently touring Japan.

• The Center's Chief Nazi Hunter, Dr. Efraim Zuroff, continues to bring Nazi war criminals to justice while at the same time forcing Eastern European nations to confront those who collaborated with the Nazis to mass murder Jews.

Please support the Simon Wiesenthal Center as we continue the legacy and work of the Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal who vowed, "I Have Never Forgotten You".
 
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